Friday 1st April 2022.
Full price £16.00
All prices include booking fees

Rachael McShane is a singer, cellist, fiddle and viola player based in the North East of England. An original member of folk big band Bellowhead, Rachael toured internationally with them as well as making several TV appearances. Bellowhead recorded 5 studio albums, and won a total of 8 BBC Folk Awards in their 12 years together. Rachael has more recently been singing the role of Susannah Holmes in The Transports alongside The Young’uns, Faustus, Nancy Kerr, Greg Russell and Matthew Crampton.

Rachael is now working on a new solo project of traditional songs and is playing with a brand new band, featuring guitarist Matthew Ord (Assembly Lane) and melodeon player Julian Sutton (Kathryn Tickell, Sting).
"You're in the presence of something very special…what a voice’" Sid Smith, BBC Music

Support on the night is from Tyneside trio Candi’s Dog, who are at the very top of theirunique Folk­Pop game with crisp, upbeat melodies and warming harmoniesgenerously supplying a comforting air of familiarity whilst simultaneouslyproviding a fresh take on the FolkPop genre. With crystal­clear tones combinedwith bucket loads of untouchable sincerity, the resulting mash­up is akin tothe likes of Bright Eyes and Fleetwood Mac along with the lyrical qualities ofEd Sheeran and Bob Dylan.

If you have a promotion code, please enter it below:

When & Where

Plenty of tickets
Friday, 1 April